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Lisa Hatcher, Ed.

13405 Windsor Drive  Hagerstown, MD 21742  Phone: 240.818.3708

E-Mail:  Website:

Dedicated, enthusiastic team player with outstanding academic, communication, organizational, and people skills and a
passion for fostering growth mindset in education, seeking a position in teacher leadership.

Doctorate of Educational Leadership April, 2018
Concordia University, Portland Oregon

Master of Arts in Teaching May, 2005

Frostburg State University, Hagerstown, Maryland

Bachelor of Arts in Science, Business Administration June, 1999

University of Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland

 Developing Teacher Leadership, MSDE, Spring 2018
 Coaching for Excellence, MSDE, Fall 2017
 Attended Common Ground Conference, Ocean City, MD, 2016
 Attended Baltimore Aquarium’s NOAA: How Do We Explore conference in March, 2014, Why We Explore, November 2014
 Social Studies Link Team, 2014
 Professional Development Leader, 2014
 Destination Imagination School Coordinator, 2013-2014
 Effective Educator Academy Team, 2012 – 2013
 Instructional Leader – Technology, 2012 – 2013
 GATE Think Tank Presenter, Summer 2013
 Attended Smithsonian Institute’s Teach-It-Forward conference, August, 2013
 Primary Talent Development Training 2012 – 2013

Washington County Public Schools August 2005 – Present

 Currently serving as both a technology coordinator and technology trainer for staff members to stay up to date on the latest trends in
 Completed the Coaching for Excellence course through the Maryland State Department of Education to develop skills and strategies
in mentoring adults in education
 Currently serving as the school STEM Connector to develop a professional learning community within the school, working with staff
members to create STEM lessons using interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary, and, multidisciplinary approaches
 Member of the School Improvement Team
 Member of the School Achievement Team
 Served as a professional development leader, creating and facilitating professional development sessions for staff members
throughout the year
 Served as School Improvement Team Facilitator (2015-2016) to establish school-wide goals for achievement
 Mentored student teachers in the Masters of Arts in Teaching program, promoting the growth and development of new teachers.
Responsibilities included coaching student teachers in the areas of interdisciplinary lesson planning, integrating technology, teaching
methods, and behavior management, documenting the teacher’s progress throughout the term and providing purposeful feedback
along the way.
 Utilize differentiated instruction to meet the needs of a diverse population of students in grades K – 5
 Foster creativity in learning through the use of 1:1 iPads in the classroom
 Utilize data to make decisions regarding instructional needs of students
 Provide guided, personalized instruction for students based on student needs
 Create and manage systems for tracking large amounts of data
 Communicate via email, social media, newsletters, and phone calls with parents, educators, and members of the community
 Collaborate with educators utilizing effective planning strategies to meet the needs of a diverse group of students
 Utilize creative problem solving strategies to address situations as they arise
 Actively participate in bi-monthly meetings with administration to monitor progress of school-wide goals

Maryland State Department of Education June 2014 – 2016

Master Teacher
 Facilitated professional development for educators and administrators attending summer conferences throughout the state of
 Created and facilitated webinars on various topics which includes using technology in the elementary classroom
 Facilitated statewide Twitter Chat to encourage discussion and collaboration among educators and administrators

 Proficient in Office 365 and Outlook
 Utilize social media such as Facebook and Twitter to communicate with parents and community members
 Proficient in the Google platform, including Google Docs, Sites, Slides, Sheets, and Forms
 Proficient with Brightlinks, SMART, and Promethean boards and software